I have a short story in Raritan. It’s called The More You Know, and it’s about a ghost who’s also a valley girl. Excerpt: Being a ghost is so bogus. Like, what is a ghost even able to do, you know? So […]
I have a short story in the Winter/Spring 2020 issue of Alaska Quarterly Review. It’s called Breaking In. Excerpt: The ghost horses run at night. They’ve reverted to roaming the earth in troops, their gallop a rumble preceding trains and domestication. I […]
I have a short story at the Atticus Review. It’s called The Pigeon Carrier. Excerpt: The man wore a holey tee-shirt and a trucker hat over greasy hair. In one hand, he was talking on a cell phone the size of a […]
I have a creepy little story up at Flash Fiction Magazine. Someone once told me this story permanently changed how they saw gloves. Read Hand To Mouth.
My short story Double Feature was in a recent issue of The Maine Review. I hope it’ll make it online eventually, but in the meantime, if you see a copy, check it out.
I’m excited that my short story “Sleep Disturbance” will be included in the 2019 Best Small Fictions Anthology. “Sleep Disturbance” was published last year in The Forge Literary Magazine. You can read it here.
I wrote a short-short for The Forge Literary Magazine. It’s called Sleep Disturbance: They say we’re primates, but you looked like a bear as you padded through the blue light of my neighbourhood, naked. More Here.
I’m so pleased to be part of Salomé’s July issue. My very short story is called Deluge. Here’s the first two lines: The woman’s personality wouldn’t stay inside her. She vomited it into the corner of the literary gathering, a gush flowing […]